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Home Service Contractors Home Service Contractors has been serving the greater Alamogordo area since 1993.

If you are remodeling your home, our licensed contractors provide a number of remodeling services including drywall, tile work, cabinetry, and roofing. We also specialize in plumbing repairs, including locating and repairing water leaks, drain cleaning, and water heater replacement. Our HVAC services include installation and repair, gas line replacement, and refrigeration. Cleanliness is an important part of home and business maintenance as well, so we offer commercial and residential carpet cleaning.


Commercial plumbing installation has evolved beyond simply hooking up pipes to fixtures and making sure water flows and toilets flush. Today, plumbing is part of a holistic approach to construction that is integrated with the entire community, including designers, operators, users, and the public.


In Europe, long before indoor plumbing, cities installed open drains for waste disposal. People employed chamber pots for their personal needs, and when the pots were full, they were dumped into these convenient but smelly drains.


Solar water heating systems can now tap into residual heat generated by other sources within a building. Heat can be recovered from the wastewater discharge of laundry systems, food service dishwashers, and A/C condensers to help raise incoming water temps and reduce energy consumption.


There are several reasons why regular preventative maintenance and regular inspections are recommended for plumbing systems in commercial buildings. Not only do they cut down on costly repairs, but they can also eliminate the disruption to your business that an unexpected plumbing failure can cause.


Did you know cracked pipes, valves and leaky faucets can and often do create pressure issues that can become more expensive and more serious over time? Worse still, these leaks, if undetected, can create a hazardous mold or mildew problem.


For a commercial building to be high-performing, all of its different components need to work together seamlessly. This is why it’s so important to have a robust plumbing system designed and installed to meet the specific requirements of the building.


Why would a pipeline in your home develop a crack over time? One possibility is subsidence. For example, in coastal areas in the U.S. it is not uncommon for the ground to contain a large percentage of soil, which compacts over time, leading to subsidence that can cause drainage and sewer pipes to crack or break.


Plumbing doesn’t just refer to handling the pipes that carry your water and drains. Commercial plumbers can also help with the pipes that carry natural gas to your business, including pipes that run to everything from high-volume commercial ranges to furnaces.


When you need a gas appliance installed, you call a plumbing contractor to take care of the job. Part of our licensing and certification is centered on this, and we are trained to handle it safely.


Buildings like residential dorms or hotels might have a lot in common with residential plumbing, but they need to be able to withstand a lot more than any residential job. Fortunately, a commercial plumber is more than able to take care of their plumbing needs.


Running water waiting for the tap to heat up can lead to some pretty big energy bills. In fact, the amount of water wasted annually just waiting for hot water is more than 9,000 gallons. Unless you’re ok with throwing money down the drain, make sure your water heater is in good working condition.


If water efficiency and usage is a concern, consider having waterless urinals installed in your building. When combined with low flush-rate toilets, they reduce both the amount of water entering the structure and the volume discharged.


One of the most common causes of plumbing-related odors is a cracked drain pipe either in or near your home. Since these pipes are hidden inside walls or underground, this type of issue can go unnoticed until fumes from the sewer or septic system have infiltrated your home.


On the East coast, Washington, DC (1885) became the first US city to install concrete sewer mains lined with clay and brick tiles. On the West coast, San Diego (also 1885) became the first US city to address sewers as part of its city plan.


As the Roman city grew around 500 BC, they quickly outgrew their local water supply. That's why they built large aqueducts to bring water from miles and miles away. Once the water got there, they built a plumbing system to take it to their houses.


Remodeling, renovation, and restoration projects for commercial and industrial sites may require completely new plumbing systems to meet code and make sure the project is completed on time and within budget requirements.


Freeze and thaw cycles can damage pipes that are not properly protected. While we will gladly come and make repairs when needed, we can help prevent problems by inspecting pipe location, identifying areas that may freeze, and making corrective recommendations.


In addition to being quick to install and easy to connect, PEX pipe is quiet. Copper pipes may clang or chatter under pressure or temperature changes. PEX pipe is flexible and resilient with a smooth inner surface, so it delivers water without the sound effects.


It’s important to remember that not all plumbing fixtures are interchangeable, especially when dealing with sinks. Remember, each sink has a set number of holes pre-drilled for the fixture stems. Be sure you know which type you need before you start shopping.


When your business uses compressed air regularly, it makes sense to install these lines directly into your building. If you aren’t sure how to handle this safely on your own, we’re always happy to lend a hand with all your plumbing installation needs.


It may sound a little excessive, but to properly unclog a kitchen sink, you need more than one plunger. While you will be working the plunger over the sink that is clogged, you’ll also need to cover any other sinks with a plunger to create a vacuum seal.


Traditional pipe systems must be dry-fitted before connections are cemented, but PEX pipe is different. Connections are made by expanding the pipe and inserting a fitting. When the expander is removed, the pipe shrinks to size and tightly grips the fitting.


If LEED certification is one of the goals of your building project, bring us in on the project as early as possible. Waiting and trying to meet requirements late in the design and/or construction process can increase costs and delay the project.


Want to clean the jets on your showerhead for better water flow? You may need a new showerhead to fix a structural problem or deterioration due to oxidation. If you have simple lime scale buildup, though, try spraying the showerhead with undiluted white vinegar.


PEX pipe is replacing copper and CPVC in many new commercial buildings. The cross-linked molecular structure makes it durable and flexible, and because it’s available in 1,000-foot lengths, it requires fewer connections so installation faster and more efficient.


The ancient Romans developed a highly efficient sewer system called the . Care to guess the approximate year in which the technology was first developed? If you guessed 800 B.C., you're right.


Many commercial plumbing installations utilize CPVC pipe. What is it? CPVC is a thermoplastic chlorinated polyvinyl chloride pipe designed to carry hot and cold water. More affordable than copper, it’s more resistant to high heat than traditional PVC pipe.


In a typical home, more than 9,000 gallons of water are wasted while running the faucet waiting for hot water. As much as 15% of your annual water heating costs can be wasted heating this extra 9,000 gallons.


Copper pipes are described as “biostatic.” What does that mean? Contaminants can’t penetrate the pipe walls, because the metal is impermeable, and scientific tests indicate it has natural anti-bacterial properties that inhibit the growth of bacteria.


You would be surprised what finds its way into sewer lines and clogs them. From tennis balls to diapers, the list is almost endless. However, the most common clog is a plug of built up grease – which is easily prevented.


One of the biggest elements that differentiates commercial from residential plumbing lies in the complexity of the two systems. Commercial plumbing systems need to be designed to serve a large number of people over a large portion of the day.


Did you know the word “plumbing” comes from the word for lead, which is plumbum? Back in the day, people who worked with lead were called plumbarius, which was eventually shortened to the word we use today.


Did you know that, on average, the return on investment for electronic sensor water taps is about 30 percent, with a payback period between three and six months? Generally, the higher your original water costs, the higher the return will be.


One of the biggest problems with broken septic pipes is the health hazard they can pose both to you and your neighbors. The best way to prevent this type of emergency from occurring is through regular drain inspections.


Ideally, drainage will run through your grease trap without any trouble, unless there’s a clog, at which point nothing will get through. Fortunately, a commercial plumbing pro knows how to deal with commercial-grade grease traps to keep everything flowing smoothly.


2001 1st St
Alamogordo, NM

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00


(575) 437-4790


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We had them out to do work on a gas fireplace and the two guys they sent out could not resolve the problem so they told me to purchase additional materials and call them back and they would bring the supervisor back to finish the job. Ha Ha - three phone calls, and no response whatsoever! So we fixed ourselves. I guess they sent dumb and dumber out but since my daughter has an undergrad degree in engineering she fixed it!!
I requested an estimate for my employer and met with the HVAC supervisor (Rueben) on 04/12 we are now 2 weeks later and I have received nothing. This was for 4 new coolers single inlet to be moved/installed and all necessary work/changes. I would appreciate a response in a timely manner...I will give you 48hours to respond since you have already have 2 weeks at this point I consider your customer service extremely poor!
HSC always provides prompt and professional service! Thank you for always being there!